• IIIT-Hyderabad offers one of its kind Flexible Electronics course

    Facebook Share to TwitterTwitterTwitter Share to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn Share to WhatsAppWhatsAppWhatsApp Share to MessengerMessengerMessenger Share to TelegramTelegramTelegram By AuthorTelanganaToday Published: 26th May 2020 2:43 pmUpdated: 26th May 2020 2:52 pmHyderabad: The International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad (IIIT H) is offering a semester long course on Flexible Electronics. This course, according to the Institute, is one of its kind in the country.

    The Flexible Electronics, the first full fledged four credit course, will be offered as a level two elective to Electronics and Communications engineering students.

    Students studying BTech third year, and fourth year, fifth year dual degree, masters and PhD are eligible.

    The course requires no pre requisites apart from exposure to the 10 2 level of physic and chemistry from the prospective students.

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